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  • Because there is only Now, there is no time for a me to develop. So the I that I Am must have always been here, and consequently, always will.
    Bok
  • If we ask the question: 'Who am I?' - we cannot find any personal identity. We need this wonderful self-referral system so that we can avoid having 'the wool pulled over our eyes' by the dense weave of our thoughts, the 'veil' through which we must eventually see beyond. All there is, is No-thing being Every-thing.
    Mandi Solk
  • Human life is Divine, not only in terms of its potentiality, but because it is a perfect manifestation of all divine impulses of nature, reflected throughout our human physiology as the universe incarnate…
    Igor Kufayev
  • There is nothing wrong.
    Lynn Fraser
  • The frill of a seat cushion moves in the breeze. The chest rises and falls. A wave of emotion moves through the body as it is seen anew - All there is is aliveness.
    Jeannie McGillivray
  • Awakening is Endless, it is always the beginning.
    Ananta Kranti
  • Devote life to your true Self which is the Source of all life
    Alon Halel Geva
  • "Living from neutral, allows us to navigate life from a peaceful place, no longer creating drama out of duality" Lyn Whiteman
    Lyn Whiteman
  • The addiction to experience has got to end in order to be free.
    Susanne Marie
  • As time goes on, understanding about the incredible depths of how Oneness is really everything deepens. It is the confusion, it is the murderer, it is the sublime beauty of a rainbow, it is all imagination, and it is stillness, pure reality where everything arises, out of. It is the pain body, and the resolution within.
    Susanne Marie
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